Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin emphasized in Beijing that after NATO bombed Serbia without a UN Security Council decision, international law died.
“Even today there is pressure for Kosovo to be admitted to Interpol or UNESCO. How can Interpol preserve its reputation if it shares its data about drug dealers with Pristina, from where the most powerful drug clans come,” Vulin asked in his address at the first plenary session of the 8th International Xiangshan Forum for Defense.
“All of you who have recognized Kosovo, as a consequence of force, think again, because everything that has been done to my country can be done to yours. When force becomes the law, you will never know when it will apply to you, too,” he said.
The minister also drew attention to the fact that today Serbia faces a special challenge which is also the biggest security threat in the Balkans, and that is “Greater Albania”.